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How to create a Brush Tutorial by 18Designs How to create a Brush Tutorial by 18Designs
I sure most experienced Photoshop users at deiantART already know how to create a brush. However there are new people at deviantART and to Photoshop who don't know how and this tutorial is for you guys!
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smsilverwolf Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2009
oh my i thought making brushes was alot harder!!

this makes it easy! thanks :)

oh and i'm assuming this is the same for photoshop elements 6.0, right?
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bamm9 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2009  Student
very clear and easy to follow. thanks for the tutorial
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SALioness Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2009
I love you..:D so easy...^^ thank you thank you..:)
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UDeeN Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
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Blinnlambert Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2007
Thanks a lot. Definitely a lot more helpful than Photoshop help, which returns your search query of "create brushes" with "create bookmarks"...

Oh, also to create the "fancy" brushes, just realize that the opacity of the brush is driven by the grayscale of the original image and not just black/white. For instance, if you want part of the brush to paint at 50% opacity, just make that detail of the design 50%gray. As long as the background stays white or clear, you should be able to create the brush.

Thanks again!
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Childsnake Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2006   Digital Artist
Very nice and easy to understand, thanks!
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Hamppumari Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2006
Thanks :D Yeah, it really looks easy, I'll try this out :D
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vix4711 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2004
Nice tutorial, its really helpful :) But any idea how to make the more fancy brushes? Like for eyes, blood etc? Do you just adjust the opacity of your brush for the different parts?
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18Designs Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2004
I'm not exactly sure. Experiment around and you'll get it. =D
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Irmes Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2004
thanks! It really helped me.
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